FLACs were decoded to wave. Wavmerge was used to reassemble
the tracks back to 1 long wave. CEP2.0 was used to align &
synch both sources. SF8.0 used to adjust the volume for
the front, center, surround and LFE channels. SF8.0 was used
for the EQ setting on all the LFE and CTR cahennels. Surcode
CD Pro DTS was used to encode to DTS.
- Mixed by firstname.lastname@example.org
- FLAC conversion done 14-NOV-2007
- Artwork at 300dpi by email@example.com
- For best results print at the highest resolution onto glossy
photo paper. Design for use in a clear single jewel case.
Pretty much flawless sources here. Editing and synching in
comparison to most projects was a breeze this time.
SBD had overlapping material at the CD2 - CD3 change. This
was removed and made seemless.
SBD had strange "pops" or "spikes" on the louder Phil notes.
Although this was not severe I found them discrating. I
ran a declicker and pop elimintaion filter and it did a great
job at smoothing/removing these without effecting the music
or introducing any artifacts. Program ran almost 2 hours.
This show is both a tribute to playing at Woodstock and to
the anniversary of the death of Jerry Garcia. Phil-n-Friends
plays the exact same setlist as the famous Woodstock appearance
by the Grateful Dead on 8/16/69.
WoodStock 1969 - REVISITED
I think it is a spirited effort at the remake of the '69 magic.
Albiet nobody was getting electricuted. The preformance is
more "jammy" than psychedelic but from the opening notes of
St Stephen you'll her some great musicianship. Like just
about all Phil shows there are those vocal passages that just
make your crindge but nonetheless a great performance
Phil Lesh (bass, vocals)
Greg Osby (sax)
Joan Osborne (lead vocals)
John Molo (drums)
Rob Barraco (keys)
Barry Sless (pedal steel)
Larry Campbell (guitar, fiddle, mandolin)
Trey Anastasio (guitar, vocals)
Today's audio standards are moving towards multi-channel sound
like DTS, Dolby Digital and DVD-Audio. While the Audio-CD
standard (Red Book) hasn't changed to accommodate these new
sound formats, it is still possible to go around the
specification and to put a 5.1 surround recording on a
regular Audio-CD. To play a DTS-Audio-CD you must connect
your DVD/CD player via a digital cable (optical or coaxial)
to your DTS Dolby-Digital receiver. It is not 100% sure that
your receiver will recognize a DTS-Audio-CD, so the first
time you're trying to playback a DTS-Audio-CD you must do
a test to determine if it can. Begin with the volume very
low, start the disc and rise the volume gradually. NEVER
listen to a DTS-Audio-CD through the analogue audio outputs
of your CD/DVD player.
Burn them the absolute same way as you would burn any normal
Audio-CD from FLAC files.